Chance The Rapper Breaks Down Acid Rap’s ‘Everybody’s Something’

Chance the Rapper caught up with MTV News’ Mixtape Daily to shed some insight on his latest project Acid Rap and he took some time to break down an important verse on the track “Everybody’s Something.”

“Everybody’s Something”: “I used to tell h–s I was dark light or off white, but I’ll fight if a n—a said that I talk white/ And both my parents was black but they saw it fit that I talk right/ With my drawers hid but my hard head stayed in the clouds like a lost kite.”

In the video above, hear Chance explain why someone accusing him of “talking white” meant that a fight was inevitable and why he used to tell girls that he was bi-racial.